Dec 22, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Chicago Bears guard Eben Britton (62) and offensive tackle Jordan Mills (67) look to block during the second quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles defeated the Bears 54-11. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports

Chicago Bears’ Jordan Mills underwent surgery to repair foot injury


The Chicago Bears improved their offensive line this year with signings of Jermon Bushrod, Matt Slauson and drafting Kyle Long and Jordan Mills.

The protection this year was good compared to the previous seasons where Cutler spent a lot of time in the grass instead of upright. This allowed the offensive to light up the scoreboard and make this team one of the best offenses in the league.

This is something that the Chicago Bears have never had. An offense that out played their defense. Or at least that I could remember. Now rookies Kyle Long and Jordan Mills did a decent job this year.

It was clear that Long was the best rookie on this team and is making a name for himself pretty fast. Mills on the other hand slipped up a couple times but did great for a fifth round draft pick.

Jordan started 16 games with the team this year but injured his foot during Week 17′s showdown against the Green Bay Packers. He suffered a Lisfranc fracture that required surgery today according to CSN Chicago.

Hope for a speedy recover for Mills but his availability for training camp is up in the air as of today.

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